Gibbs 2021 Application
The 35th Annual Gibbs Conference on Biothermodynamics will be a free, virtual event. For all participants, this application will also serve as the free registration for the meeting. We will accept applications until Wednesday, September 1, 2021 or until we reach the attendance cap of 300. We will provide you with the link to the password-protected Zoom room for the meeting via email the week before the conference.

The virtual Gibbs Conference will have poster sessions and Saturday Night Thermo with flash talks. We will select trainees to present talks during the regular program, in addition to the presentations by the Keynote Lecturer, Ackers Lecturer, and invited PIs. At this time, we are accepting abstracts from trainees to be considered for the talks and posters. PIs may submit abstracts for a poster presentation.

If you would like to be considered for an oral or poster presentation, please make sure you submit your abstract by July 1. If your abstract is selected for a presentation, you will be notified in August.

For more information, please visit https://www.gibbssociety.org/annual-conference.
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Please indicate your career status. Trainees will be directed to a section to gather additional information before submitting an abstract for consideration for either a talk or a potential poster; PIs and industry participants will be directed to the option of submitting an abstract for the poster session. (Retired PIs, please register as a PI.)
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